The only series of its kind, these pocket-size guides contain all the information a visitor needs to plan a trip to one of America's premier national parks - from itineraries that help you see the highlights to tips on where to watch the sunset and how to avoid the crowds. There's complete coverage of outdoor activities in each park for all ages and skill levels, plus a user-friendly natural guide that includes background on plant and animal life. We'll review a full selection of accommodations, dining, and camping possibilities in and near the park - no other series offers this range of information. And each guide comes complete with detailed maps, including the best hiking trails.All in an easy-to-carry format that fits easily into a backpack - and at a price no one can resist!
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Between the towering horns of the Teton Range and the hot geyser blasts of Yellowstone's Old Faithful there's a lot of superb nature and wildlife to enjoy. While the hordes are lining up for a geyser photo op, you could be watching rare trumpeter swans, bald eagles, a buffalo, a lazy moose or two. Ed Lawrence summarized the best thermal displays (there's more than just Old Faithful), best day hikes, and best backcountry trails, where to camp, see the sunrise, take a drive, and eat. He covers it all, whether you've just a day to see as much as you can, or have a few weeks to hike off into the great beyond. With excellently detailed information on exploring the backcountry, boating and fishing, camping, driving, and avoiding the crowds, Lawrence's guide lets you know what's available, then helps you get what you came for. --Stephanie Gold
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Book Description Macmillan General Reference, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0028620852